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Prime Minister Of Pakistan During Kargil War

Question: Prime Minister Of Pakistan During Kargil War?

  • Benazir’s Second Term
  • Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi
  • Nawaz’s Second Term
  • Nawaz’s Third Term

Answer: Nawaz’s Third Term

It was Nawaz’s Third Term as prime minister of Pakistan during Kargil War. Kargil war took place between Pakistan and India. War location was Pakistan-India Line of Control (LOC) In Ladakh. It situated in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The inclusion of Pakistani armed forces into India territory. General Ashraf Rashid was the one who initiated the conflict. The exact location of Kargil war was the Tiger hills Line of Control. It was took place between May to July 1999. The major cause of the conflict was the inclusion of Pakistani soldiers in to Indian side of LOC. The second thing is Kashmiri militants inclusion in the Indian side of LOC.

Prime Minister Of Pakistan During Kargil War

On December 1998, Indian army opened fire without  any reason. The Pakistan army intelligence system was aware about the preparation of war by the Indian side. Pakistani side is safe because they did not void the Shimla contract. Indian troops have cross the international borders.

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Prime Minister Of Pakistan During Kargil War

The spring season of 1999 was unfortunate for both India and Pakistan. General Pervez Musharraf, chief minister of that time ordered to capture Tiger hill and point 5353 before India started war. On 2nd May 1999, Indian army violated by capturing Shewick Sector. Bitalik area was important to mention here because of the loss of arms and infantry for the Indian. Draas area was the first defeat of Indian army because Kashmiri freedom fighters clash with Indian Army.

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